For these pictures of Bristol, I tried a technique called bleach bypass. The images were shot on colour film, underexposed by one stop and then during colour development, I skipped the bleaching step, so you end up with a black & white image superimposed over the colour image. It does really strange things to the […]Read more "Bristol, but hold the bleach"
Released 1967 This is a simple viewfinder camera with an uncoupled selenium light meter. It’s reasonable, and OK to use. What the light meter adds in usability over fully manual cameras, the lack of any kind of focussing aid takes away. See all photos taken with the Paulette. At a glance Lens Fixed 45mm f/2.8 […]Read more "Halina Paulette Electric"
Recently I was given a Halina Paulette Electric, dating back to 1967. It’s similar to the Braun Paxette, but more cheaply made. As usual, I took it for a spin with some black and white film. The quality didn’t blow me away, but perhaps even more lacklustre was my inspiration that week. First here’s a […]Read more "Photos from a Paulette"